ISLAMABAD - Former law minister and disregarded People’s Party leader Babar Awan Thursday said that he and his family are being threatened.
Speaking to media people here, he said that he and his family are being threatened via phone from two different numbers, which he would disclose at appropriate time. He said that investigative agencies should fulfill their responsibilities.
He said the government had also removed security from his house. Awan refused to answer a query when asked if he was being harassed by the Prime Minister’s House. The former PPP leader expressed reservations over the law and order situation in the country.
When asked to comment on Arsalan Iftikhar case, he said he would not comment on the case since it was sub judice. Awan said he would stand by the Supreme Court of Pakistan and everybody should do so.